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ISIS weapons being captured by Canadian woman working to disarm terrorists

ISIS  managed to make its own tunnel-boring machine (see photo above), a hideous but effective part of the group’s arsenal. The discovery of the ISIS machine is credited to the Iraqi Army’s 9th Division, after which Devin Morrow, a technical adviser with Conflict Armament Research, analyzed the machine. 583 more words

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Israel's F-35s may have already flown a combat mission against Russian air defenses in Syria

Alex Lockie, Business Insider 20 hours ago

Israel received three F-35s from the US on Tuesday, bringing its total inventory of the revolutionary fighter up to five, but according to a French journalist citing French intelligence reports, Israeli F-35s have already carried out combat missions in Syria. 683 more words


Greg Hunter-Weekly News Wrap-Up 4.28.17

Greg Hunter of USAWatchdog.com analyzes the week’s top stories in the Weekly News Wrap-Up.


In ‘1917,’ the Feverish Poetry of Russia’s Revolutions

Few socio-political shifts have seen such immediate, impassioned literary attention as the events that shook Russia in 1917. One hundred years have passed, yet many of the poems and stories wrung from this historic moment remain as able to speak to us as they were a century ago. 919 more words


A Russian Ministry Rep Stonewalls When Grilled By Katie Couric On Alleged Murder Of Gay Men In Chechnya

Over the last few weeks, there have been reports out of the Russian republic of Chechnya of gay men being brutally beaten, arrested, tortured, and in some cases, even murdered by authorities in the region. 324 more words

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The diaries of Trump’s Russian handler (III): To the Mar-a-Lago station

My Dearest Diary,

Had some enforced downtime after eating at Mar-a-Lago, so while recuperating decided to review the bidding:

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